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tablebanbaːnntablesyntarơn kichơngkichơngkicɤːŋntablesyncachơngkibantarbôngcftarơn kichơng5.1.1.3Bedtarbôngtər.boːŋntableAti do ân téich cư ngcốh tadáơq ati mbóuq alứng tarbông cư cha.The hand of my betrayer now touches together hands together at the table where I eat.synkibankichơngtarơn kichơngtarɤːn kicɤːŋntablesynbancfkichơngkibankibaːnntablesynkichơngtarbông
tabootampántəmpanvstaboo; forbidden, of specific item or place of tabooDúng ngcốh tampán, acâp mout.House that taboo, don’t enter.Whole village may be closed.cfa–eq4.9.5.6.1Tabooa–eqʔaʔɛːʔvstaboo; sincftampántán1tampán a–eqtəmpan ʔaʔɛːʔvstaboo; forbidden, of specific item or place of taboo
tadpoleapêqʔapeːʔnpolliwog; tadpole1.6.1.4Amphibian
tailxoisɔːjntail1.6.2Parts of an animaltaduy1tadujntail, endcóunkṵnntail, endcfcróng
tailless-animalrutingrutiːŋnred, tailless animal--Slow Loris (kind of Lemur)1.6Animal
takedông1doːŋvt2take, bring; carryNgcốh upôc dông culay croul ado Ông Parnha tốq piday.Then he went took rambutan to Mr. Rich at the field.Ngai dông ngai cui dáng achoiq.They carry they carry in back basket.Most generic term for take/carry.7.3.1Carrydyealʄḭalvttake; pluck; getChâq, day dyeal achát dyeal acóuq, cốh bâq treal vít, treal taq bar tarcál.Ha, I’ll take axe take bushknife, then chop up, chop it in two.Cayâq dyeal campay.Husbands take wives.7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere7.4.3Get
take apartlóuclṵkvtpull off or out; to fall off--leaves; dismantle; take apartNốh do lah Nang Tangức “tangức leng tứt ngưc lâyq châm nnau lóuc” arâq leng itayh along tốq cuteq.Her name is Nang_Tangức tangức is really hard--no one can pull her down, like the hardness of hammering a tree on the ground.synbóuq1bóuq2cfpeq7.9.2Tear down7.3.2.8Pull7.5.2.4Remove, take apart
take awaytarpíhtər.pihvtsteal; take awayDyê ngcốh át pe, poan pêl ape ính tarpíh campay achít.After three or four meals, they wanted to steal No.10’s wife.Cốh ngéq cantóuh akeaih idứh tarpíh píh xâr.Then all of the nine were trying to beat each other climbing.6.8.9.1Steal
take downaxearʔasḭarvttake down
take each othertardyeal tarbôntər.ʄḭal tər.boːnvitake each other; especially used of marryingtardyealtər.ʄḭalvitake each other; especially used of marrying
take it all on yourself or himselfapóuc dyealʔapṵk ʄḭalvttake it all on yourself or himselfKẻ nào chống lại sẽ chuốc lấy án phạt.Whoever resist authority will take the whole punishment on himself.
take off of fireyứcjɯkvttake off of firesynyout
take outealʔḭalvtake; take outKi ngai eal apóng tâq cuteq alic cha.Then they took taro to the ground for pigs to eat.Usually of something that is in something, but not necessarily.lóuc angốhlṵk ʔaŋohvextract; take out; pull out7.3.2.7Take something out of something
take to heartdaơi2dɯ̰ːjvthold onto; take to heart; pay attention toIpe têq cammáng daơi callong ân tinâng tupứng.You obeyed, held onto the truth.Cou ipe têq cammáng daơi callong ân tinâng tupứng.Because you listened and held onto you held righteousness in your heart.Do dyoun cốh ma ipe lâyq daơi!He gave but you didn’t trust (or, you didn’t take it to heart)Ke, ân may táq thét khoiq pít dyê, bưih nnáng Yang Rbang daơi.Dear, what you did wrong is lost, no longer does God hold the grudge.3.2.5.4Agree with someone
take-advantagetadoangtadṵaŋvttake advantage; oppressprâp1prɤpvttake advantage of; exploitDo vi tun prâp alứng ipe lâyq?Has he taken advantage of you?3.2.5.4Agree with someone
take-advantage-ofmứhmɯhvtake advantage of someone who is easy-going
take-animal-out-of-traplouiqlṵːjʔvtake animal out of trap; empty fish trap6.4.5Fishing
take-apartpoarpṵarvunwrap, take apart, unweavecfloar2roahrṵahvtake apart, dismantle
take-asidepacléhpaklɛhvttake asideDo dông ape pacléh nday.He took them aside.
take-backbóuq1bṵʔvtake back something given; extract; pull out something stuck, e.g., toothsynlóuc7.3.2.7Take something out of something
take-basket-offchúh1cuhvtake basket off to rest
take-care-oftupouitupṵːjvttake care of, e.g., only l or 2 shirts so must wear carefullyNgâh iyư e iyư tupoui, acâp ngâh xứp ngâh heq.You must remember to care for (clothing), don’t wear so torn.synbár1ecfbár2parpaːrvlook after, take care of a person recuperating from illnesspa–átpaʔatvtake care of, stay with, baby-sitUsually for children.2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby2.6.4.2.1Rear a child
take-chancecuôm anhúqkuəm ʔaɲuʔvtake chance against death; risk lifeDo dyê méiq cheit; cuôm anhúq cuôm tarmóung iên pour cư.He almost died, risking his life to help me.
take-corn-off-cobrilriːlvttake corn off cobcfplóung5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skin
take-couragepikhâm lompikhɤm lɔːmvtake courage4.4.3.1Brave